Aremu Appeals to Organized Labor to Collaborate With Tinubu.

Comrade Issa Aremu, the director general of the Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies (MINILS), Ilorin, Kwara State, has urged organized labor to establish a long-term partnership with the president-elect, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu, for the purpose of advancing the agenda of decent work and fostering national development.


Aremu made the announcement in Ilorin as he opened a two-day workshop on industrial relations for the newly elected executives of the Congress of Nigerian University Academics (CONUA).


A new opportunity to "rethink and deepen Nigeria/ILO Decent Work agenda with respect to a secured and well-paid private and public jobs, freedom of association, productivity, and workers' motivation" will be presented by the start of the president-elect Asiwaju Bola Tinubu's new administration, according to him.


He pointed out that Tinubu views labor as a crucial success partner in his admirable Renewed Hope agenda, which includes a massive youth employment program and a social dialogue effort to put an end to avoidable strikes in universities.


Aremu claimed that given his history of labor administration as a former two-term governor of Lagos and the APC's election platform, the president-elect was "possibly the best labor-friendly president" in the running.



He pointed out that Tinubu was the first presidential candidate to engage members of the NLC and TUC on important market issues while making social dialogue a promise as a means of resolving inevitable workplace conflicts.



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